LPG subsidy And Free Ration Scheme Will Be Evaluated, Strategy Will Be Made To Provide Benefits To The Right People

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LPG subsidy And Free Ration Scheme Will Be Evaluated, Strategy Will Be Made To Provide Benefits To The Right People.

The Central Government Is Preparing To Evaluate The National Food Security Act And LPG, The Biggest Subsidy Schemes to date Worth Rs 4 Lakh Crore. This Responsibility Has Been Assigned To Niti Aayog. These Subsidy Schemes Worth Rs 4 Lakh Crore Will Be Reviewed So That The Expenditure Can Be Rationalized. With This, Any Kind Of Leakage Can Be Prevented And It Can Be Ensured That The Benefits Are Reaching The Right People.

The Development Monitoring And Evaluation Office Attached To Niti Aayog Has Invited Proposals For A Central Coordination Agency To Evaluate Both Schemes. This Results In An Annual Expenditure Of Approximately Rs 4,00,000 Crore. Despite Significant Expenditure, India Still Faces Challenges In Achieving Food Security And Nutrition Outcomes. India Contributes About 30 Percent Of The Global Hungry Population.

Msme Claims Worth Rs 256 Crore Approved

At The Same Time, The Government Has Approved More Than 10,000 Claims Related To Refund Of Rs 256 Crore Of Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises (Msme) Under The Dispute Resolution Scheme ‘vivad Se Vishwas-1’. Under The Scheme, Msme Companies Can Claim a Refund Of 95 Percent Of The Performance Or Bid Guarantee Seized By Government Departments And Public Sector Institutions During Corona.

The Finance Ministry said that out Of The Total Refund Of Rs 256 Crore, The Ministry Of Petroleum And Natural Gas Has Given The Maximum Relief Of Rs 116.47 Crore To MSMEs. In the Case Of Agencies Under The Railways And Defense Ministries, The Refund Amounts To Rs 79.16 Crore And Rs 23.45 Crore respectively. Steel And Power Ministries Will Give Refunds Of Rs 14.48 Crore And Rs 6.69 Crore respectively. The Vivad Se Vishwas Scheme Was Announced In The Budget For 2023-24.

Ambani's Children Will Not Take Salary As Reliance Directors

Mukesh Ambani's Three Children, Akash, Anant, And Isha, Who Have Joined The Board Of Reliance Industries, Will Not Get Any Salary As Directors. However, These Three People Will Get Fees For Attending Board And Committee Meetings. Mukesh Ambani (66) Has Not Taken Any Salary And Benefits Commission From 2020-21. Reliance Has A Total Of Five Verticals. Mukesh Holds 41.46% Shares Of Reliance. He Has Been On The Board Since 1977.

It Is Necessary To Dispose Of Organic Waste To Stop Methane Emissions.

Governments Should Work On Disposal Of Organic Waste To Prevent Methane Emissions. There Should Also Be A Nationwide Study To Accurately Estimate Methane Emissions From Waste Disposal Sites And Organic Waste Processing Facilities. This Advice Has Been Given In A Report Released By The Center For Science And Environment. The Report Said There Is An Urgent Need To Phase Out The Disposal Of Biodegradable Waste At Landfill Sites. A Major Concern In The Report Is The Unreliability And Inconsistency Of Data Related To Municipal Solid Waste And Methane Emissions. To Solve This, It Is Suggested To Use The First-Order Decay (Fod) Method, Which Relies On Field Data And Primary Research To More Accurately Estimate Methane Emissions From A Landfill Site.

For Global Leadership, the Pharma Industry Will Have To Pay More Attention To New Products.

Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya Says That To Achieve Global Leadership, The Country's Pharma Industry Needs To Focus On Innovative Products. On Tuesday, The Union Health Minister Launched The National Policy To Promote Research, Development, And Innovation In The Pharma-Medtech Sector. Along With This, The Government Has Also Started A Prip Scheme For The Pharma Sector, Which Will Help In Expanding The Pharma Business Globally.

Union Minister Of State For Chemicals And Fertilizers And Renewable Energy Bhagwant Khuba And Niti Aayog Member Dr. Vk Paul Were Also Present In The Program Organized By The Department Of Pharmaceuticals At The India International Centre, New Delhi. The Health Minister Said, Today Is A Historic Day. This Is A Turning Point In The Journey Towards Self-Reliance In The Pharma And Medical Device Sector. We Need To Transform The Indian Pharma And Med Tech Sectors Into Innovation Based Industries. The Objective Of The Policy Is To Encourage Research And Development In Traditional Medicines, Phytopharmaceuticals And Medical Devices.

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